The Community College of Allegheny County is about students learning from dedicated faculty in a learning-centered environment. It’s about choice—more than 150 programs that lead to rewarding careers and great four-year colleges. It’s about convenience—four campuses, four centers, day, evening and weekend classes and hundreds of online courses. And it’s about a complete college experience—from academics and athletics, to more than 100 clubs and organizations, to tutoring, student support services and a college Honors program, to studying hard in one of CCAC’s Math Cafés or Learning Commons before taking it easy with friends in the student union—CCAC offers everything you could want and more.
Choice, flexibility, expert instruction and exceptional value—CCAC has it all. Maybe that’s why one out of every three adult residents in Allegheny County choose CCAC, and why you should too.
To enroll, tour a campus or for more information, call 412.237.3100 or visit ccac.edu.
CCAC students save $19,000 over public & $54,000 over private colleges & universities by spending their first two years at CCAC*.
43% of students could not have continued their education without CCAC**.
CCAC offers an average class size of 18 students.
CCAC supports more than 100 clubs & organizations, including five honor societies.
Last year, CCAC students received $52.8 million in financial aid, including grants, loans, scholarships & work-study employment.
94% of graduates live & work in the region.
In 2014, CCAC graduates earned 2,069 associate degrees, plus 714 certificates & diplomas
• 57% women; 43% men
• 62% day; 19% evening; 3% weekend; 16% online
• 49.5% enrolled in career programs; 50.5% in transfer programs
• 27% ethnic minorities
• Average student age: 27 years
• International students: 88 students representing 39 countries
CCAC is #3 in the nation for the number of registered nurse community college graduates.
CCAC is #6 in the nation for the number of allied health community college graduates.
For the second year in a row, CCAC was named a 2015 Military Friendly School by Victory Media (awarded to the top 15 percent of institutions). CCAC was also selected as a Top School in the Military Advanced Education Guide to Colleges & Universities.
All statistics reference fiscal year 2013 with select data updated as of 9.30.2014
* Calculated from in-district tuition & fees for attending full-time for one year. Compared with regional colleges & universities, 2013–2014 academic year.
** Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory, 2013.
COLLEGE NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY
The college does not discriminate and prohibits discrimination against any individual based upon race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry or place of birth, sex, gender identity or expression, perceived gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, use of a service animal due to disability, marital status, familial status, genetic information, veteran status, age or other classification protected by applicable law in matters of admissions, employment, services or in the educational programs or activities that it operates.
Individuals with disabilities who are requesting accommodations should contact the Supportive Services for Students with Disabilities office at the campus that they will be attending. This publication is available in alternate formats. Questions may be addressed to the Civil Rights Compliance Officer.
Notifications of nondiscrimination and contact information can be found at ccac.edu/nondiscrimination.